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Brian Blow - Hillside Capri


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  • £125.00
  • €150 Euro
  • $171 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Brian Blow 'Hillside Capri' 1994

A mounted but unframed original etching with aquatint on wove paper, pencil signed by the artist with his initials lower right, dated (19)94, and lower left annotated A/P for an artist's proof. The artist has titled it in pencil on the reverse of the mount. It appears never to have been framed and it is in excellent condition. It will be shipped laid flat.

It measures about 9.2 x 6.2 inches plate size and about 14.5 x 10.8 inches sheet size; mounted but unframed

The price is inclusive of delivery to Great Britain mainland. Please enquire of us for shipping costs to other destinations.

Brian Blow (1931-2009) was a well-known painter, printmaker, sculptor and photographer. He was born in London and studied at the Sir John Cass School of Art in London, at the St Martin’s School of Art, and at Hornsey School of Art where he studied etching under Norman Janes. Blow exhibited with the Finsbury Art Group in the late 1950s and early 1960s and in various London galleries too. Later he worked at and exhibited at the Scottish Sculpture Workshop in Lumsden in Aberdeenshire in 1995 as he had a home nearby. He also lived in Kent. A solo show was held at Rocket Gallery in London in 1997 and in 1998 he had a show with the Hughson Gallery in Glasgow. Brian Blow’s work is held in a number of important collections, including the Tate Gallery and the Victoria & Albert Museum.


  • H: 37cm (14.5in)
  • W: 27cm (10.8in)



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I think I was always destined to have an interest in the world of Modern British Art and 20th Century design. My father wrote books on the subject in the 1970s and having grown up (literally!) surrounded by mainly 20th Century art, I began to take an interest myself in the late 1990s. My personal taste is in the work of artists such as Wlhelmina Barns-Graham, Lynn Chadwick, Alan Davie, Terry Frost, William Gear and Julian Trevelyan. In regard to furniture I collect, and sometimes deal in, pieces by designers including Poul Kjaerholm, Hans Wegner, Arne Jacobsen and Robin Day.

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